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They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

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Chedworth St Andrew's on washing day.

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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

Quite sensible in this weather!
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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

Pink ones as well! Ooooh
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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

Is the church heated? They could be the vicar's!
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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

The washing line gives a nice human touch to this picture. I hope you were wearing yours, Nick, standing around in all this cold taking photographs.
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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

Lovely image Nick.

Lots to see too.

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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

Longjohns?
Video or it didn't happen ...
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The washing line gives a nice human touch to this picture. I hope you were wearing yours, Nick, standing around in all this cold taking photographs.
'hmm - I do regard questions as to my apparel as impertinent. However my dignity was not unscathed when I descended part of the way down the slope on my backside, tricky thing sloping fields when the surface mud has just started to thaw. The camera was unharmed by my escapade.

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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

That's an impressive little church, with an impressively squat solid tower yet very delicate tall windows. Must be a rather rich benefactor with a big hall who used to live nearby I presume?
Looks worth a visit inside too, as the lighting must be rather nice!

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This is a "teaser" of a photo Nick, and I am not talking about the long johns!
I would dearly love to see more of those beautiful windows.
Lovely photo.
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That's an impressive little church, with an impressively squat solid tower yet very delicate tall windows. Must be a rather rich benefactor with a big hall who used to live nearby I presume?
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Well the church is 11'th century and retains the round arches inside characteristic of that period. The first 3 stages of the tower are original, the 4'th stage was added in the 12'th century and the battlements at the top are 15'th century. The magnificent South windows are 15'th century (perpendicular) at which time the walls of the nave were raised (making the tower look squat again). Internally it's perhaps plainer than you might expect, though with some nice detailing and a wineglass shaped stone pulpit (15'th century).

Like most of the Cotswolds this was sheep country, and the considerable wealth can be seen in the substantial housing and impressive church windows.

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This is a "teaser" of a photo Nick, and I am not talking about the long johns!
I would dearly love to see more of those beautiful windows.
Lovely photo.
Well there will be more photographs posted in another place.

May well return to this Church - it looks like it would really like some more dramatic weather.

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Mmmm - someones in touch with their feminine side
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Hec and Bob have a point, Nick - are you sure you haven't your location mixed with Dibley? (Now there's a church you have yet to post).

Anyway, you did a very nice job of this one.
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Re: They wear Long Johns in Gloucestershire

I don't get it?! Looks like summer to me?
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